As the leaves start to change color, it’s time to act on your desire to revamp your look and swaddle yourself in everything comfy. Fall 2021 presents you with the chance to pumpkin-spice everything, pull your hair into some unique styles, and post Instagram stories among a sea full of colored leaves. No matter if you’re all about easy hairdos or love experimenting with new, sophisticated hairstyles, these upcoming fall hairstyles have you covered.
While feathered layers look good on medium hair, they look especially glam on long hair. Feathered layers are among the biggest upcoming trends this fall, and they look super beautiful and elegant.
The layered cut helps the feathered ends blend beautifully, making you look dashing with a fantastic fall vibe. The texture and bounce paired with the face-framing pieces look so marvelous; you’ll be amazed at your transformation.
If your hair is on the short side, consider wearing clip-in hair extensions to instantly pull your hair into the feathered layers.
Long Hair with Bangs
Autumn is the best time of the year to wear bangs because you don’t have to struggle with issues like sweating and humidity. Bangs are perfect for all hair lengths, but this autumn, the trend is all about long hair. They look beautiful, stylish, and graceful.
Got thin or short hair? Get clip-in extensions to quickly add length, volume, and thickness to your hair and rock your long hair with bangs.
The Dark Red-Wine Hair Trend
Colored hair has always been in style, so expect more rich and enviable shades like the dark red-wine hair in the autumn of 2021. This unique shade goes perfectly with the autumn hues. The most loved wine shade is sure to underscore your feminine features and enhance your overall look when paired with your fall 2021 wardrobe.
Love this shade but don’t want to color your hair? Consider getting hair extensions in the same shade. Zala’s clip-in human hair extension is available in a distinct dark red-wine color with rich tones. These temporary Remy clip-ins allow you to wear your favorite shade (and long, thick, bouncy hair) without a permanent commitment to hair extensions or hair colors. Just clip the wefts to your hair, and you’re good to go.
Ponytails and Headbands
Ponytails and headbands are not going out of style anytime soon. In fact, stylists expect them to be on-trend for at least another full year. From ultra-decorated headbands to short, long, high, low, and messy ponytails, you’ll see them everywhere in fall 2021. Imagine the flipped-out pony with a vibrant headband. Now imagine how it will accentuate the autumn colors!
Ponytails and headbands work perfectly together. They make you look cute and composed. The best part: they’re timeless, playful, and straightforward.
Hair bows are making a comeback, and this time around, they’re getting bigger and showier. The Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2021 set the ground for the hair bow trend, and it’s showing no signs of stopping any time soon.
The bows in your hair highlight your feminine and sensual side, besides making you look bold and confident. Want to offset the cute schoolgirl vibe? Choose a bow in a dark shade and a rough texture, and then match it with your favorite fall wardrobe staples, like chunky sweaters.
You may think the mullet is outdated, but the choppy mullets for fall 2021 are not what you might be imagining. Traditionally, the mullet has been paired with long hair, particularly at the back, but modern mullets are defined by short hair at the top and on the sides.
Imagine the new mullets as a blend of tousled bob and pixie hairdo that looks unique, sleek, and choppy with a modern finish and piecey layers. Short mullet, black mullet, shaggy mullet, beach mullet…you name it! You’ve endless options to try with mullets this fall.
Wispy buns look airy and graceful. This easy and hassle-free hairstyle is all set to become a trend in the autumn of 2021. The idea is to keep it as simple, free, and easy as possible. No need to use heat tools and hair styling products. Just work with your natural hair texture; use the wisps and layers for face-framing and to give the hair at the back a soft effect.
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